Saturday, July 05, 2008

Number Nine Bread Street




















psychedelicfolk:
Extremely personalised indoor sing along folk.

According to Greyhound Records this is "extremely rare esoteric folk from 1967, the first ever holyground release, produced by mike levon & featuring chris coombes on guitar & harmonica. very sought after, newly remastered, essential !"

According to Rockinworld this is "Holyground label acidfolkrock, (not trad based), but a bit Americanized cool hippie folk and rock."

7 Comments:

Anonymous Anonymous said...

Ouch - Looks like you are being targetted by some miserable b****** who is determined to remove all your links.
Everything from the last month has been deleted from 'shareonall'.
Any suggestions from anyone on how to combat this.
I was particularly sad to miss the recent Martin Carthy.
Simon

05 July, 2008 17:47  
Blogger Ratatoskyr said...

I too missed the Martin Carthy post as well as this one when they were removed. Looks like it might be a good idea to stop using Shareonall.

06 July, 2008 02:59  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

Yes, the first Holyground release. A great label. Thankx.

06 July, 2008 09:23  
Anonymous Brian Andrew Marek said...

May the spoilsport with nothing better to do with their time on Earth than preventing people from listening to music rot in Hell with Jesse Helms.

06 July, 2008 16:08  
Anonymous Brian Andrew Marek said...

http://rapidshare.com/files/35193719/NUMBER_NINE_BREAD_STREET__Holyground_HG112___1967_.rar

(I didn't upload it; I just found an existing link)

07 July, 2008 13:06  
Anonymous Brian Andrew Marek said...

Wow! Speaking as one who is often suspicious of the "acid folk" tag, this album is great! Great songs (originals, covers and traditional), awesomely stoned performances and one of the most beautiful renditions of Gershwin's "Summertime" I've ever heard.

BaM

08 July, 2008 03:24  
Anonymous Eli said...

Great album!
Thanks so much!
Eli

14 July, 2008 01:47  

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